I was around my old stomping grounds at Tennessee Temple University last week and in the bookstore I saw Dr. James Price's book 'King James Onlyism: A New Sect' on sale so I got a copy. I am only about 1/3 of the way through it but I am impressed with the amount of information available in this one volume. Dr. Price has done an excellent job of covering the history and underlying texts of the English translations. The book begins with a very brief introduction in which Dr. Price points out that the original languages were authoritative for our forefathers. Following that there are 3 chapters concerning the history of English translations prior to the KJV with comparisons of the major ones. Three chapters concerning the translation and different revisions of the King James come next. Then seven chapters on the origination and preservation of the various biblical text groups, and the book concludes with four chapters evaluating each of the modern versions and a nearly 200 page appendix containing everything from a listing of the changes in the AV since 1611, an evaluation of Burgon's Test of Antiquity (and also of Hodge's Majority Text Theory), and differences between the Textus Receptus and the Byzantine Text. I would highly recommend that you consider adding this to your library as it is a great reference book.